January 3, 2022

Emergency Services

3 Vehicle Collision Sends 3 Patients to Hospital

At about 1:30pm on Sunday, January 2nd, Prescott Regional Communications Center started to receive 911 calls about a car accident that occurred on Highway 69 and the Yavpé Connector in Prescott. When the initial engine arrived on scene they found a three vehicle rear end collision with substantial injuries in the middle vehicle. Extrication was

City of Prescott

Acker Music Grant Process and Applications

The City of Prescott Acker Trust is now accepting grant applications from organizations in accordance with the will of J.S. Acker, “… music and parks, especially for the children of Prescott …”.  Non-profit organizations that promote these values are encouraged to apply for funding for Fiscal Year 2023 (July 1, 2022 to June 30, 2023).


NAU scientists, students will utilize newly launched James Webb Space Telescope for solar system research

Photo: The flight mirrors for the James Webb Space Telescope undergo cryogenic testing at NASA Marshall. Credit: Ball Aerospace In one of the most exciting developments in astronomy in the 21st century, NASA is launching the James Webb Space Telescope (JWST) today—and Northern Arizona University astronomers, planetary astronomers and their students will use the massive observatory to expand

John Stossel

Opinion: Money – John Stossel

It’s the season for giving. I’ll give. This week I’ll donate to the Doe Fund, a charity that helps drug users and ex-cons find purpose in life through work. “Work works!” they say. It sure does. Most Doe Fund workers find more joy in supporting themselves than they ever found in drugs. I’ll also donate


Markets in 2022? Expect Inflation and Growth to Continue, Experts Say – Inside Sources

The economy and stock market will continue to grow in 2022 but will feel the effects of inflation, money managers and advisors say. “High inflation should persist longer than expected,” according to the Capital Group’s 2022 outlook. “Inflation levels should remain elevated through late 2022, fueled by labor shortages and broken supply chains.” Inflation numbers


Opinion: Military ‘Extremism’ Guidelines Make Us Weaker – Gregory Hood

[Disclaimer: The views expressed in opinion pieces on the PrescotteNews website are solely those of the authors. These opinions do not necessarily represent those of the staff of Prescott eNews or its publisher.] The United States military has many problems. It just lost a 20-year in Afghanistan that ended in a disastrous withdrawal and the

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